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-welcomed. >> leader, nancy pelosi, doesn't like the idea. >> we have to see the whole package, but certainly it's very smart. >> house republicans are luke warm, but as the crisis drags on, their approval rating is sinking. now just 24%, an all-time low, and now 52% of voters blame them for the impasse, while 32% blame the democrats. an offer to end the government shutdown. >> this is a situation where they don't know what they want. >> the shutdown must end. >> they want to negotiate for you in the government? >> that's not going to happen. >>> well, we have seen them arriving across the street from the courthouse. and you have heard nancy pelosi saying that the deal doesn't make sense as it stands now. what the democrats the is a long-term lifting of the debt ceiling. something to get them into 2014. and president obama has agreed tore short-term so negotiations can take place, and we have disagreement among the democrats. >> it seems that they're trying to tone down the rhetoric, but not everyone. here's what senator ted cruz said today. >> this is not a typical time. the challenges facing this cou
democrats. that's a bit like preaching to the choir. we're waiting to hear from nancy pelosi and others from the conclusion of that meeting tomorrow. it's the house republicans, they are the center of this stand off, at the center of the controversy. their continued insistence of delaying the affordable care act otherwise known as obamacare. we should have a tape to play that phrase over and over again. they're sticking by that if they are vote to allow the government to reopen. we've been talking about this impending debt ceiling eight days away, seven days away, october 17th, when the country is set to exceed that. now on the eve of testimony before congress tomorrow, tony, jack lew, the treasury secretary, will get into the weeds, into the nuts and bolts and paint a grim picture what have default would look like. in the meantime the president continues on his messaging mission. we have seen him in the venues saying the sail thing. plowing the same images ground that they're not going to negotiate that republicans cannot hold the obamacare hostage, and he's not going to negotiate under tho
the republicans just pass a cleaner extension on the debt limit. he may have to go to leader nancy pelosi and get democrats. one thing that democrats are pushing for behind scenes and leader nancy pelosi met with -- >> okay, this is key, i want people to understand the math here. he can afford to lose about what? 18 votes, am i right? on anything he brings to the floor, right? >> that is exactly right. he starts off with 233, but really he is dealing to 150 or 90 loyalists who are probably going to be with him on any deal. >> so if he loses 70 on a clean debt ceiling, he has to make up 60 of the 55 from the democrats, which means they can extract the price, am i right about that? >> that is exactly right, the president signals his willingness to do a short-term extension, if nancy pelosi follows along that path, john boehner may be able to get the votes. >> what should we make of the tea party reaction to the ryan op-ed today, he comes out. you get all of this back lash to folks saying where is the obama care, he talks about the entitlement, how much of it is real? how much of it is a sense that
the ridiculous comments of harry reid and nancy pelosi, calling them extremists or being at the back pocket of the tea party. that's foolishness. this is the rhetoric they use all the time, this extremist rhetoric that we should not be cowed by anymore. we need to stand up and fight them. >> if you want to stand up and fight, who in the republican party in congress stands up against the rhetoric of harry reid and former speaker pelosi? who is there forcefully? is it a question of personalities? too you have the personality in congress to stand up and fight? >> well, there's certainly a lot of people who have been standing and fighting. the leaders, john boehner, has made some fairly forceful comments. the senate has been, well, say, less forceful and disappointing, but the ball game is in the house. the senate republicans are clearly not up for the fight anymore. which is unfortunate. but i think the house and -- the house runs should be dish don't think there's anything to be gained by cap capitulation, we d to stand firm and fight for reason changes to make shore the american public is pr
to find democrat house minority leader nancy pelosi joining the demonstration. and some veterans at the memorial were very upset. here is a first look at some of what he recorded. >> nancy, did you visit the vet memorial today? >> not yet. >> are you going? >> i go all the time. >> are you going today? >> i go -- >> nancy go today, make sure they can get in, okay? >> i don't go to grand stand -- >> you don't? so what is today, is today a grand stand, nancy? >> i'm appalled at what i see, with the world war ii vets come in, and are basically shut out from coming in to see this memorial which pays homage to the veterans that died. serving our country. and nancy pelosi and her bunch right across the yard have hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens over there, that they're glad-handing on a scale of one to ten. i am upset out of ten. and in fact, ten doesn't even reach where i'm at. >> dennis lynch, a documentary filmmaker who captured the video. he is also the creator of "they come to america.com." thank you, they hear the man's outrage. you can see why he is so upset. a week ago w
. and nancy pelosi and her bunch right across the yard have hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens over there, that they're glad-handing on a scale of one to ten. i am upset out of ten. and in fact, ten doesn't even reach where i'm at. >> dennis lynch, a documentary filmmaker who captured the video. he is also the creator of "they come to america.com." thank you, they hear the man's outrage. you can see why he is so upset. a week ago we have the world war ii vets facing a barricade to get to the memorial. and today it is welcome, and thank you president obama for making it possible. the guy really touches on the anger it sounds like you encountered today. >> yes, megyn, and thank you. i will tell you today what i saw was not only sad, it was despicable. and you're rolling back to last week, i've been here all week and i'm telling you it has only gotten worse. today, i watched thousands of illegal immigrants just walk right through the mall. nobody stopping them. no gate -- actually i'm wrong, there was one gate with a sign that said "don't come in." but when you went to the memorial, the gate
, by the fatal belidgerance of tea party extremists. and nancy pelosi put it very bluntly. >> why are they doing this to the american people? sa sabotaging a bipartisan effort? they have their own internal combustion going on and con flagration from that is very harmful. >> indeed it is. all day, house republicans have been tweaking their own proposal to try and boost support among republican members ahead of a planned vote tonight. house speaker john boehner emerged from an unusually long two-hour conference meeting earlier today, to say that, in effect, he has no idea what he's doing. >> there are a lot of opinions about what direction to go. there have been no decisions about what exactly we will do. but we're going to continue to work with our members on both sides of the aisle to try to make sure that there's no issue of default, and to get our government reopened. >> he's working with members on both sides of the aisle. or so he says. as for senate majority leader, harry reid, he's not buying it. >> it's nothing more than a blatant attack on bipartisanship. let's be clear. the house legisl
. the only way this ends, chris, and michael knows this right now is boehner turns to nancy pelosi and says help the get the votes for something. and that has to be what the senate is going to do. it's been written. it's been preordained if we get out of it. i think there's still a possibility that we don't. it's really waiting for john bain tore wise up, let the babies cry it out and then turn partner with nancy pelosi like he's done before. >> this is the problem for boehner. if he goes with them on this thing, some kind of health care demolition squad, if he sets another debt ceiling or rather continuation of the government, he's basically consigning himself to every two months another government shutdown, every two months something to do with the debt, every two months something else to attack obama care. they're not going to stop until they've won. if they get a piece of obama care, they'll come back for a leg, an arm, the torso, the head. they're not going to stop because if they keep winning. why does he join the group? you say don't do it. but tell me why he's is doing it. there's n
a constructive and positive discussion. nancy pelosi says the shutdown is a sad scenario to the country. >> we accept your number. we accept your pass to the table. take yes for an answer. we haven't heard an offer of a short term one way or the other. >> pelosi says she is skeptical of a short term raise for the debt limit. >>> and the impact on american people keeps mounting. benefit checks for wounded veterans could stop november 1. eric says 433,000 fully disabled vets could not receive payments next month and could impact hundreds of thousands of surviving spouses and children of vets. the shutdown left nearly 8,000 employees furloughed. >>> "usa today" is reporting a massive toll on national parks. they are losing $76 million a day. and remember much of the shutdown is blamed on funding disputes on obama care. the congressional hearing examined the irs's role in implementing it and enforcing it and it took center stage again. >> have you ever read "crucible". >> i never read it but i have seen it performed. it is about the salem witch craft. >> have you been consorting with the devil? >>
keeping it together to maintain the unified front. and nancy pelosi appeared in the white house driveway, and she told what was going to happen later tonight, that the house republican panel wasn't going to fly, and now is the time to act on the senate bill. >> he is going to put all of these matters on to question the president of the united states of america, and he's going to have to have his own vote to do it. >> where do we go from here? translation, no more news. and the only action in town is in the senate with reid and mcconnell. and tonight they're sitting down to negotiate. >> all right, here at the white house, thanks. >>> stocks are taking a hit on the stall in negotiations. the dow closed down, and stitch, one the biggest agencies is warning that it could cut the u.s. aaa rating because of the fiscal impasse in washington d.c. ali joins us in the studio, and it's becoming a regular gig. and it's probably the most disturbing night of this so far. >> it's a problem. >> give us what it means for them to come out with this. >> it's pretty serious to suggest that it's putting the
connell: breaking news from washington, house minority leader nancy pelosi as the microphone for a news conference. >> call on them to sabotage the bipartisan effort in the united states senate. this is the 15 of the shutdown which has hit our country are and harder by the day. now for reasons i don't quite understand republicans want in the house of representatives again want to sabotage the bipartisan effort in the senate and that will carry economy are and our global standing as well. what is also interesting is it's the american people in their pocket books, meaning higher interest rates on student loans, car payments, mortgages, business loans, a few are small business person will affect your 401(k) and why. it is hard to undo stand because this is very damaging. what you have seen here, is this where we are? the speaker does not have hopes for the proposal. if there is any hope here that they don't, why are they doing this to the american people? sabotaging a good faith bipartisan effort coming out of phe senate. wasting the public's time and in this time time is money. time is mo
is rather upbeat about his own plan, but the democratic minority leader, nancy pelosi, isn't feeling quite as good about it. moments ago she said the house republicans are sabotaging the senate's efforts to end the crisis. >> so why are they doing this to the american people? sabotaging a good faith bipartisan effort coming out of the senate? wasting the public's time and in this case, time is money. time is money. this is going to be very costly to our economy, even if eventually we do lift the debt ceiling, the cost in interest payments will be in the billions of dollars. this republican sabotaging of any effort to move forward is a luxury our country cannot afford. >> strong words from nancy pelosi. let me show you exactly what's in the potential senate deal to end the stalemate. it would reopen the government, keep it running through mid-january. the debt ceiling would be extended till early february. there could be some slight changes to obama care but nothing near what some conservative republicans have been pushing for. those possible tweaks include new income verification requireme
leader nancy pelosi is expected to give a news conference at any moment and house democratic leaders will meet with the president and vice president at the white house 3:15 eastern time and joe biden will be a part of that meeting. the big question is will any deal get done. luke russert joins me now live from capitol hill with more on this. luke, it really does seem that maybe they haven't seen the movie "groundhog's day." it's like here's where we are again and anything coming from the right that involves the aca is not going to move. >> yeah, it's a fascinating dynamic, thomas. we were standing outside this gop conference meeting that started at 9:00 a.m. it went exactly two hours. we're told many members spoke. many spoke in opposition to this bill that had been leaked out. you obviously have seen the details on our air, but it's interesting that there's no guarantee this republican counteroffer from the house could have gotten 218 votes. that's why john boehner said we're still evaluating what we're going to do. now, from sources i've spoken to, the idea boehner would still like
and then be in the bay area for the weekend. one of the planned events was a brunch event sponsoredded by nancy pelosi. tickets would have gone for $32,000. the democratic party said it was not right while hundreds of thousands of workers are furloughed. >>> the cdc said they slowed their discovery of a salmonella outbreak. the labs are now back open tonight. 278 people in 18 states have been sickened by the outbreak and most in california. the centers for disease control and prevention says 42 people have been hospitalized. that is about double the normal rate. some of the cases were resistant to apartment particulars so people could not be easily treated. this outbreak is connected to foster farms chicken produced in california. look at these numbers, p61367 and p6137a and p6132. we have these numbers on our website. >>> tonight a group that helps californians sign up for the affordable care act has had tremendous response despite problems in other states. covered california says 29,000 people applied for coverage over the last week. it is a market place designed to help navigate the process. people
, but house minority leader nancy pelosi said the shutdown is a sad scenario for the country. >> to the republican leadership in the house, we accept your number. we accept your pass to the table. take yes for an answer. we haven't heard any offer of a short-term one way or another. >> pelosi added the debt ceiling needs to be lifted but said she's skeptical of a short-term raise. >>> mine whieanwhile, the shutd impact on americans. benefits could stop november 1st. it's a warning from the veterans affairs secretary and another hit to the military community. eric sheinseki said vets may no receive payments next month. it would also affect surviving spouses and children of vets. the shutdown has also left nearly 8,000 v.a. employees furlough. >>> "usa today" is reporting a massive economic toll on national parks. they are losing $76 million and 715,000 visitors each day. while much of the shutdown is blamed on funding disputes over obama care, well, a congressional hearing wednesday examined the irs's role in implementing and enforcing obama care. a congressman asked an irs of
first visit to such a venue. >>> nancy pelosi was in upstate new york today. she was among nine women inducted into the national women's hall of fame. it showcases women in athletics, business and government. betty ford was also honored that took place in seneca falls. the place where the first known women's rights convention was held in 1848. >>> students got to see their own big ideas take shape today in the high school hack-a-thon. students from stanford and uc berkeley were mentors to the students. the teams, designed, created and pitched mobile apps for prizes. >> we are working on an app called scan it. we want to take paper coupons and transfer them into the di t digital space. >> they are trying to bring sustainable job creation. >>> tesla continues to turn heads. there is a new store in palo alto that opened today. the doors opened this morning. visitors were able to test drive the model s sedan and look at the crossover model x, the new suv that is scheduled to begin production next year. >> we have not seen the model x on display. so we drove by and did a u-turn to check i
. >> reporter: the white house says president obama was standing firm with house minority leader nancy pelosi to end the shutdown with no strings attached. tensions are boiling over. >> this is the people's memorial. >> reporter: texas senator ted cruz led a protest over the closing of the world war ii memorial on the national mall that drew this verbal attack on the president. >> i call upon all of you to wage a second american nonviolent revolution, to use civil disobedience and to demand that this president leave town to get up, to put the koran down and get up off his knees and figuratively comuf with his hands out. >> reporter: veterans and tea party activists ground monument barricades and dumped them in front of the white house. one man waved the confederate flag. others called for impeachment. >> they gave them back to president obama by piling them in front of his house -- our house, i'm sorry, in front of our house. >> reporter: another tea party backed senator was calling for compromise. >> i think it's not a good idea to go through the debt ceiling deadline. i think we should go a
connell and nancy pelosi, this is something that we'll watch for any progress to come out of. interesting to see that vice president biden willing present. he has been missing in action during this whole process. he was at camp david taking a bit of r&r, and that had a lot of people around here noticing, and the conventional wisdom is up to until now senate democrats have not wanted vice president biden in this process because senate democrats say they would hold a tougher line. they didn't want the white house giving away things and making concessions that they weren't ready to do. in congress you'll see the senate bring up this clean bill that would raise the debt ceiling. don't expect it to move again because they would need republican support. over in the house they're continuing this piecemeal approach where the house republicans will take one part of the federal government and try to find just that. today they're attacking native american and alaskan aid issues and a variety of issues from healthcare to education, and a group very concerned about their interests getting met, but this is no
connell, john boehner and nancy pelosi will be there together. these are the four people along with the president that can make a difference in dealing and negotiating. we're seeing a lot of behind closed door meeting. harry reed and mitch mcconnell met about an hour ago. these are leaders in the senate and have a long history together but have not talked up until this weekend during this whole government shownd operation and the march -- shutdown towards the debt ceiling. that's significant that's probably the greatest place to see hope for any sort of negotiated deal to come from the senate and these two men in particular. >> and libby, it seems like that proposal floated by susan collins of maine might have been a good proposal, what happened? >> she was a moderate, there was push back from the push back of the democrats because they didn't like some of the details. it would essentially get the government back up and running until springtime and would lift the debt ceiling for some period of time but democrats say it needing to longer. -- to be longer. it would roll back imp
supported the election of president obama and harry reid and nancy pelosi, who said in writing that obama care is destroying the 40-hour work weeks. >> elements of it. >> i'm quoting from another portion, that it is destroying the foundation that is the backappoint of the american middle class -- >> actually i googled it myself, and actually it was talking here's the thing that i think we have to be clear about. yes, a brand new program, a brand new website that got more hits than twitter got in its first 24 months in a week have had some problems. if you look at california, i think 30,000 people have been able to enroll. new york, 40,000 people have been able to enroll. medicare d, that rollout was bumpy. nobody is complaining about that. romneycare, everybody loves it. my question, yeah, you're demagoguing the problems. when this is a standard part of our country. insurance company can no longer dump people or deny people, are you requesting to acknowledge. what are you going to tell people when insurance company, for years now, insurance company have been denying people for years. dump
're not going to use that as an excuse here. some 30 members of congress, including nancy pelosi, will be here on hand. they have been pushing strong for immigration reform. the park service has allow this rally to be here from noon until 5:00 this afternoon. we understand at 3:00 am a there will be what is called a civil disobedience, interfaith members and activists will actually march to the capital. at one point they say they will "risk arrest" when they try and arrest a block -- try to lock traffic. >> thank you. of the government shutdown and we are learning president obama will make a statement around 2:00 this afternoon. lawmakers are not even focusing on the shutdown anymore. instead, they turned their sights to the battle over the debt limit. senate democrats could unveil a plan to move quickly toward a vote to allow the government to borrow more money. that would charge republicans to a filibuster showdown. ,> by refusing to negotiate harry reid and the president are putting our country on a pretty dangerous path. >> this is a moment where the speaker of the house has to stand up to
-- this is have a a tweet from the white house press secretary-- saying, potus invite senator reid, nancy pelosi, mcconnell and speaker boehner to the house today to discuss the need to reopen the government, raise the debt ceiling, all of that. >> stephen: okay, great. now both sides can work up on the a compromise. obama can give some concessions, and the republicans can accept his concessions. ( laughter ) two-way street. as long as-- and this is important-- as long as the republicans don't blink. >> ted cruz sent out a tweet tonight that just said hashtag don't blink. >> i'm not blinking or flinching. >> i'm we're not blinking. we're taking no-doz.z. >> stephen: that's right, not blinking. ( cheers and applause ) in fact, michele bachmann has been training k clifford" >> stephen: welcome back, everybody. thanks very much. folks, you know i am a huge fan of papa bear bill o'reilly. bill is my ment or, he or, inspiration. my safeword. of course you don't become a legend without make something enemies, and i'm afraid the king is once again under attack. this is blood in the water. >> shark,
the house, john boehner would lose his job and nancy pelosi would get the gavel back. the democrats are crowing like they have a real shot at it. they sent out this e-mail today boasting about their chances next year. the subject line of the e-mail is the words "speaker boehner," but with the word speaker crossed out. is this just trash talk or is this something that the democrats actually think they know how to pull off? joining us now is bill burton, executive vice president at global strategy group which i'm sure is less terrifying than it sounds. >> don't count on it. >> well, there is less confidence on the side of the republicans, by the way they have handled this politically. is that just trash talk? is there reason for them to be so confident? >> i was running for rahm emanuel, and in the process of winning the house for democrats, making nancy pelosi speaker, was building a case over the course of would years. and i think what you're seeing democrats do right now is they're building a case. there is a talented staff. they have recruited very great candidates across the coun
veterans are basically shut out from coming in and seeing this memorial and nancy pelosi and her he bunch were out across the yard. they have hundreds of thousands of illegal i aliens over there that they are glad handing. youand you're talking toere rheuyour rheumatologistike me, about trying or adding a biologic. this is humira, adalimumab. this is humira working to help relieve my pain. this is humira helping me through the twists and turns. this is humira helping to protect my joints from further damage. doctors have been prescribing humira for over ten years. humira works by targeting and helping to block a specific source of inflammation that contributes to ra symptoms. for many adults, humira is proven to help relieve pain and stop further joint damage. humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal events, such as infections, lymphoma, or other types of cancer, have happened. blood, liver and nervous system problem serious allergic reactions and new or worsening heart failure have occurred. before starting humira , your doctor s
to reopen the government if he would go to nancy pelosi and get the 200 votes from democrats. the lack of confidence in him is also a big problem here. it's why the senate is going to have to take the reins, have off to take the lead. it can't come from boehner. it is going to have to come primarily from senate republicans. >> let's keep in mind, ridge name the white house wanted to meet with the entire house gop caucus. boehner said no, no, no, no, no. let's keep this just to the leadership. >> come on. we want to watch that. come on. >> a lot of fun. that's the question mark. how the folks on the extreme right in the republican house caucus are going to respond to these proposals. >> but they, at this point, the momentum just seems to beep r rg right by the right-wing nuts at this point. off awe when y >> when you look at the poll. look where the republicans are. dwindling republicans in purple states. they're there. 23, 24 republicans in places like ohio. in places like california. in places like wisconsin and michigan whuch michigan. who have to run for re-election too. for them th
the districts are drawn. the republicans could make nancy pelosi speaker again. guest: i was in a district -- i got reelected 221. let me tell you what has changed. the speaker does not have the power in the caucus right now. it is a very divisive caucus. republicans are representing different constituencies. three other things have changed. if you look at the republican conference today, 80% of the republican conference have over 55% of the vote. you had 77 members of the conference. approximately the same as everywhere else. the republican pressures are -- the pressures are on republican members. you didn't have fox news, you didn't have ms nbc. rush limbaugh was just starting talk radio. the information flowing out is very high in terms of what people are hearing with basic facts. it makes it difficult for leaders to leave. -- leaders to lead. the money in this town has moved away from the parties because the campaign finance reform -- the money is no longer with the parties. we did not have any of those factors when we last went to the shutdown. this has made it difficult for leaders to lea
is a decision to default. >> house minority leader nancy pelosi denounces the latest republican budget deal. iran budget proposals have talks over the nuclear program. and abu al al-liby denounces cn court. >>> it appears we may be on the brink of default and a possible credit down grade predictbly. members of congress are playing the blame game. >> this republican habit of an tajing any effort to move forward is a luxury our country cannot afford. >> i think the republicans are making a good faith effort from the house, and their provisions of it that the democrats agree with, but it's a reason to negotiate. instead the democrats are rejecting it out of hand, and i think that's wrong. >> so of course there was a lot of talk but no agreement to end the stalemate. wall street was optimistic about the deal but then it went south. we go to libby casey, she's on capitol hill for us. libby, some kind of a deal among republicans are taking shape there at the house where you are. what's in t and who is going to like it, who is going to hate t and we might get a vote this evening? >> reporter: her
democrats and said nothing about the talks. as minority leader nancy pelosi came out to blame speaker john boehner for the sudden stall in the senate though she still proclaimed herself optimistic a deal will eventually be worked out. >> we're disappointed that the house republicans decided to sabotage or at least delay what was happening there. but are hopeful that everybody knows the time is of the essence. >> reporter: at an earlier ceremony awarding army captain william swenson, the medal of honor, the president -- >> in moments like this, americans like will remind us of what our country can be at its best. a nation of citizens who look out for one another. who meet our obligations to one another. not just when it's easy, but also when it's hard. >> reporter: yet white house officials immediately tried to knock down boehner's latest proposals and warned of dire consequences starting thursday. >> beyond that point we only have cash on hand available to pay our bills. >> reporter: republican john mccain who has been critical of his own party over the shutdown changed tact today by slamm
they aren't working, including democratic leader nancy pelosi so some big names coming here today which leads to the question that many are asking, why is this event allowed to go on? some tourists left scratching their head and some wondering if it is a political game. >> the monument and what not, just for the kids. i think it is disturbing everything. >> now, we have noticed over the last couple of days throughout the past week that people here on the national mall have been allowed to walk and jog the gravel foot paths up and down the mall, but this would be the first time people are actually allowed on the grassy area. again, it will be a very interesting situation later today when this rally goes on, essentially, at a closed national mall. reporting live, john gonzalez, abc7 news. >> thank you, john. 53 degrees, 5:06 your time on this tuesday morning. >> some federal workers are not only tealing with the federal shutdown, >> well, it takes more than little snow and government shutdown to keep federal meteorologists from their job. take a look. after a record-breaking blizzard in s
migratoria.. ..maria rosa lucchini, con los detalles... supers: maria elena durazo/ afl-cio rep. nancy pelosi/ (d) california rep. mario diaz ballart/ (r) florida adareli ponce/centro de derechos del migrante rep. raul grijalva/ (d) arizona maria rosa lucchini, washington dc script: las esperanzas no se pierden.... en medio de un gobierno parcialmente cerrado... con una batalla que se avecina por el limite de la deuda... miles de inmigrantes se hicieron presente en esta marcha: camino americano... aÑorando salir de las sombras.. " no nos van a hacer a un lado, nos quieren poner abajo de la lista de todos los asuntos de este país, quieren hacer dos cosas al mismo tiempo, no sólo una cosa pueden lo hacer, entonces estamos aquí para decir que el pueblo no se dará por vencido" maria elena durazo, afl-cio legisladores de ambos partidos se pronunciaron en esta movilizacion...reservando sus descuerdos.. pero con un comun denominador.. reformar las leyes de inmigracion."es tiempoe lograr una reforma migratoria comprensiva bipartidista." rep. nancy pelosi/ (d) california mientras que el sector re
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